This is a bit of a shot in the dark, but what's your graphics card, and what graphics driver are you using?If you don't know what graphics card you have, please install lsh... [by YBellefeuille]
on 03/18/2012 – Made popular on 03/18/2012
Basically I have a problem In that my computer doesn't recognise I have a graphics card. When I turn it on it says I need to run in low graphics mode but won't go beyond that. Now I can access s terminal of sorts and think I have mostly fixed it however I need to install my graphics driver and I don't know how. The card is an intel mobile gm965 integrated.
Hi I have an Ati 4350 graphics card, and i usually use envy-ng to install my graphics card drivers but it has failed me for the first time, any ideas on how I can setup my graphics card for 3d acceleration, running 8.04.
I recently built a new computer with an Intel i5-4670k CPU, Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H UEFI motherboard and Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 graphics card. I installed Arch Linux while following the beginners' guide, and things went smoothly until I tried to install a graphics card driver.
I have a sony VAIO with the NVIDIA GT 1GB 640M LE. It's an optimus card, there's a button on above the keyboard that switches between using the NVIDIA card, or just Intel HD 4000 graphics to save power. I've tried unsuccesfully several times to install the NVIDIA driver instead of the native one that comes with Ubuntu, but I kept getting errors so removed it.